It is almost like online dating, where even before you meet someone in person you know so much about them just by reading through their blog.
And once you meet them in person, you do not need much of an introduction, you can form a friendship pretty quickly as you have a very strong common ground.
Serves 4 This salad is one such dish that brings immense pleasure in the flavor department, but also happens to be packed full of goodness too.
Picnic Pro Tip Package the salad dressing separate from the salad itself if you’re traveling more than 1 hour to your destination.
So you say e Harmony leaves you feeling a little blasé? Not to worry: An explosion of niche dating sites is making it possible for picky date-seekers to find, well, just about anyone.
There are sites for people who want to cheat on their spouses, meet inmates, date British guys, hook up with fellow cat lovers and find people who share their health problems or tastes in music.
Serves 4 For a picnic, this salad, dressed with an Asian-inspired vinaigrette, is perfect at room temperature—so no ice packs required. Use the honey jar to mix the dressing, and you’ll make sure every last bit of honey gets used up.
Salad Match isn’t the only food-based dating program out there.
Gluten Free Singles allows you to find people who similarly avoid grains.
Even by the standards of the press releases that infiltrate Fork in the Road’s inbox, this one is fairly remarkable.
It seems that the owners of the Just Salad chain have introduced an online dating service for people who claim to like their salads: Salad Match searches its ever-growing database for compatibility based on gender preference, favorite Just Salad location, top five salad toppings, dressing of choice and a special section for users to fill in criteria for their ideal “salad soulmate.” Users are presented with a list of possible matches and a place to keep track of their dating schedule.